When Shakespeare Youth Festival LA taught drama to young people in Nairobi, the learning went in all directions.
New models don’t ‘grow on trees.’ As 2010s in theatre demonstrate, they begin in ambition and risk.
How the endowment and American Theatre Wing’s national musical theatre songwriting competition is supporting tomorrow’s creators today.
The assistive devices, now being tested at People’s Light in Pennsylvania, offer a new way for hard-of-hearing patrons to fully enjoy the theatre.
Jose talks to the musical theatre star about her upcoming Carnegie Hall concert and her self-care practices between shows.
Adapting the Sanskrit epic into two-part spectacle for the Shaw Festival, Ravi Jain goes back to the beginning—and imagines the end.
From a scenic artist in California to a casting director in Washington, D.C., here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
The writer of ‘Thirst’ and ‘All the Natalie Portmans’ talks about her Louisiana upbringing, starting out in fan fiction, and why she writes about cornered women.
The new show ‘Maybe Happy Ending’ at the Alliance in Atlanta puts a fresh East-West spin on the American musical.
From the towering hats to the nostalgic songs, the beloved revue aimed for nothing but joy and hit that mark for decades.